Wirelock is invented by Englishman John Dodd. The product combines his passion for chemistry and interest in the British mining industry. The invention originate from the fact that in the mines - many was looking for a product that would eliminate the dangers of working with molten metal - the result was WIRELOCK which has been used since 1963. WIRELOCK is still manufactured in the UK. The product meets the requirements of ISO17558 and DNV-OS-E304 and has type approval from ABS, DNV and Llyods. WIRELOCK is primarily used in five industrial sectors: bridges, construction, offshore, mining and general engineering.